My wife visited Star Throwers during the first part of her course of chemotherapy and prior to her recent surgery. She met Dr Mannings. He offered nothing but sound advice, kindness and whatever support they could offer at Star Throwers. He did not prescribe any medication, or advise any treatments other than to continue with the treatment that had already been started.
It certainly appear that Dr Mannings is being unfairly treated by the Medical Council acting on the complaint of only ONE oncology doctor at the hospital, and even one of his senior practitioner has spoken in favour of Dr Manning.
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On 27th November 2012, Dr Henry Mannings of Star Throwers cancer charity appeared before a GMC Interim Orders Panel (IOP), after which the panel decided to impose a condition with immediate effect on Dr Mannings to restrict him prescribing any medication outside of the NHS.
The panel seemed to have come to their conclusion based on the allegations from ONE oncology consultant who alleged that Dr Mannings was not qualified to offer specialist treatment to two terminally ill cancer patients and thus it was dangerous for him to do so. This is despite the mountain of evidence presented to panel in Dr Mannings favour...
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